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Uranium cheer squad gets louder

Investors with a taste for uranium have been here before, but with the price up 15% in two months at US$56.20 a pound, and signs of buying by power utilities, there is a growing belief that this time a high uranium price is sustainable.

Tim Treadgold
Uranium cheer squad gets louder

Bears, however, are not giving up easily, pointing to earlier price collapses which have followed catastrophic nuclear power accidents which turn public opinion against uranium, sending it back into the...

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